Study: Malaysia the fifth-worst country for personal data protection


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has been ranked as the fifth-worst country in terms of protecting the personal data of its citizens, a tech study shows.

In a study of privacy and surveillance of 47 countries by British tech website Comparitech, Malaysia was placed in the "some safeguards but weakened protection" category with a score of 2.64 out of five points.

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